Perrystown

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Perrystown (Irish: Baile Pheire) is a small south Dublin suburb located between Terenure, Greenhills, Templeogue and Crumlin.

Sometimes known as "The Secret Suburb" by its residents, it is not a widely known area, and is often referred to as a housing estate or just an area of Crumlin. It is serviced by the 150, 15a and 54a bus routes.

The local community centre plays host to the PME Variety Group, Robert Emmet's GAA Club, and Manortown United Football Club. The Laurels and The Pines are the local public houses, and there is a newly opened Bistro named Nifty 50 Italian steakhouse ". The local primary school is St. Damian's. http://www.thelaurelsperrystown.ie


Coordinates: 53°18′42″N 6°18′46″W / 53.31167°N 6.31278°W / 53.31167; -6.31278

Area notable[edit]


Borders of Perrystown (Kimmage West). According to Francis Elrington Ball (History of County Dublin 1902) the extensive civil parish of Crumlin in the nineteenth century contained the townland of Perrystown, some townlands were probably named after big landowners e.g. Perry. Early ordnance survey maps show the borders of Perrystown from the Dublin city county border line on the Whitehall Road (including Kimmage Manor and the river Poddle) to the start of Willington roundabout taking in both sides of Templeville Road up to Grovenor Court. Perrystown also includes the Whitehall Road West up to Hillsbrook Ave taking in all of Muckross and Rockfield Avenue down to the county border line with Dublin city. The Church of the Holy Spirit Kimmage Manor is the local parish church in Perrystown.

See also[edit]

List of towns and villages in Ireland

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://twitter.com/robsmithireland/status/17367425256
  2. ^ Sunday Mirror, Jul 28, 2002